|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||£ / day||Source|
|59||g||Olympus protein mix (chocolate)||£0.35||OlympusHealth|
|137||g||Rolled Porridge Oats||£0.10||Tesco|
|50||g||Maize flour (fine corn meal)||£0.06||Tesco|
|19||g||Neals Yard Wholefoods Natural Wheat Bran||£0.03||Holland and Barrett|
|30||g||Oil, canola (rapeseed oil)||£0.03||Aldi|
|3||pill||Calcium & Vitamin D plus Vitamin K Tablets||£0.11||Healthspan|
|1||pill||Kirkland Signature Daily Multi Vitamin & Mineral with Lycopene and Lutein||£0.04||Amazon UK|
|810||ml||Water for porridge||£0.00||Tap|
|0.05||g||0.05||tsp||Spices, cinnamon, ground||£0.00|
|0.5||g||artificial sweetner of your choice||£0.00|
Total Daily Cost:
|£1.00||Add Ingredients |
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Recipe: stick a third of the ingredients in a biggish bowl, stir, microwave for 3 minutes at 1kW power, stir, leave to stand, eat. Top with an artificial sweetener to taste, if wished.
If it comes out stiffer than you would like it, next time add more water, if it's too runny, add less. Cooking it a bit longer will also make it a bit stiffer.
It's important to drink the water, the recipe is reasonably high carbohydrates, the body uses the water to store the carbohydrates in the form of glycogen. Turning the water into coffee or tea should be fine.
Currently it's set up as a porridge- if you can find cheap oat flour instead of rolled oats then it may well make a decent traditional soylent drink, but I haven't tested that. OTOH the coarse oats are lower glycemic index, so it may be healthier to get them and make the porridge.
If you want to make changes to the recipe; the manganese and the niacin are the most marginal. Going higher on manganese would probably be risky.